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|Description:||84 pages ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Can we know God?. The attitudes toward God ; Is God dead? ; We can get to know God ; God's mysterious nature ; Christ reveals the Father --
Is God useless?. Is it useless to search for God? ; The one necessary being ; God is our purpose and fulfillment ; God's light in our life --
Is God out-of-date?. History as the driving force of atheism ; Fashionable ideas, mass opinions ; A crisis in human progress --
The temptation to destroy. Religion is life ; To renew Christianity, we must be faithful to it ; The truths of faith can be expressed in different ways --
The temptation to find a substitute for God. How childhood religious certitudes are lost ; We need God and nothing can take His place ; The temptation of a Christianity without God --
Searching for God. Love is search ; God is worth our search ; Positive development, negative results ; Beginning the search --
How can we seek God?. Can we make any judgment about God without seeking Him? ; The useful function of reason ; Reason needs faith... ; ...Faith needs reason --
Can we find God?. The goal of life's pilgrimage ; A different kind of knowledge ; God's infinite mystery ; The desire for miracles ; Other forms of attraction ; Mystical knowledge --
A faith for our times. Why do some so stubbornly reject religion? ; How can we teach the faith today? ; Adapting the teaching of religion.
|Responsibility:||by Pope Paul VI.|